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Updated January 26, 2024

June 13 - 16, 2024

Tri-State Black Pride where unity, equity, and LGBTQ+ fabulousness collide in Memphis.

You won’t want to miss their celebration of diversity with so much flair, even the peacocks are taking style notes.

Get ready to be part of a movement that celebrates unity, equity, and LGBTQ+ pride – welcome to Tri-State Black Pride! With a mission as bold and diverse as the community it represents, Tri-State Black Pride brings focus to people of color within the LGBTQ+ community through discussions of human rights, education, and outreach, to support people of all backgrounds across the Memphis and Mid-South region.

Location of Tri-State Black Pride

The Tri-State Black Pride team meets near the downtown Memphis area, close to the South Bluffs neighborhood. Event vary each day, so check their listing of events on their website.

Timing Your Visit

Tri-State Black Pride occurs usually in mid-June and will kick off with a Thursday opening ceremony. The event continues on through a full weekend. Their annual festival is a three day experience, with no shortage of activities to join and connections to make.

All About the Crowd and Activities

This festival celebrates diverse identities, embraces differences, and brings the LGBTQ+ community and its allies together to amplify their voices. Tri-State Black Pride isn't just a party; it's an educational experience. With a strong focus on education and outreach, this event empowers attendees with knowledge, encourages open conversations, and provides the tools needed to create a more inclusive society.

Tri-State Black Pride isn't just about fabulousness – it's a full-blown art overload! With more creative expressions than a rainbow-colored Picasso, they’re bridging communities through performances, exhibits, and enough culture to make even the Mona Lisa blush. 

History of Tri-State Black Pride

Since 2017, Tri-State Black pride has been a celebration of diversity and inclusion for the LGBTQ+ Memphis community. Providing a focus on education and cultural experiences that you won’t find elsewhere in the area, this is a pride event not to be missed.

What’s Special Here?

Are you ready to be part of a movement that celebrates the LGBTQ+ community's resilience, strength, and pride? Tri-State Black Pride promises an experience that will leave you inspired and empowered. Be a Part of the Celebration and join the LGBTQ+ community and its allies at Tri-State Black Pride. Whether you're attending workshops, enjoying cultural performances, or engaging in meaningful discussions, your presence matters. This is your opportunity to join hands with like-minded individuals and make a positive impact.

Plan your visit today and be part of this extraordinary event. Tri-State Black Pride wears its mission on its sleeve – to showcase unity and pride within the LGBTQ+ community and beyond in Memphis. By promoting essential values of equity, and equality, this event isn't just a celebration; it's a call to action to create a better and equal community for all. 

Other LGBTQ+ Recommended Places

Minglewood Hall, Mollie Fontaine Lounge, DRUS Bar, The Pumping Station, The Atomic Rose, and Friends of George’s.

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The address for this event varies. To get the most up-to-date location information please visit the official website or official social media pages below.

info@tristateblackpride.com

Local number
901-831-0821
Dialing from abroad
+1 901-831-0821


Crowd

  • Asexual
  • Bears
  • Bisexual
  • Gay
  • Intersex
  • Lesbian
  • Queer
  • Transgender

Music

  • Dance
  • EDM
  • Hip Hop
  • House
  • Live
  • R&B
  • Techno
  • Top 40

Dates & Hours

June 13 - 16, 2024

Thursday
June 13
 
 
Friday
June 14
 
 
Saturday
June 15
 
 
Sunday
June 16
 
 
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